Stay Posted Here For Updates About Changes in Toll Free

With an industry like telecommunications, changes and updates are constantly being considered and implemented. To stay on top of all the industry buzz and especially to keep informed about the pending release of a new supply of valuable toll free phone numbers, keep checking this web site daily for all the up-to-date information. As soon as we hear any news about phone service and all telecommunications, we post it here for our readers. Stay tuned.

Stockpiling Toll Free Numbers is Illegal

The FCC began investigating hoarding of 800 numbers as far back as 1995, but despite the subsequent release of 888, 877, and 866 pre-fixes, the practice continues to grow along with the skyrocketing popularity of toll free service. Hoarding by individual subscribers is illegal. A subscriber may not acquire more toll-free numbers than they intend to use. By FCC definition, “hoarding” also includes “brokering” toll-free numbers for a fee.

Can Toll Free Numbers Be Adapted for Personal Use?

A new trend in the use of 800 numbers is drastically increasing the number of subscribers to toll free service. The new users? Families.

Personal use of toll free phone service has skyrocketed in the past five years. Adults are now routinely providing elderly parents on a fixed income with an 800 number. Parents are hooking their kids up with toll free service so they can keep in constant communication. And experts say this trend is not a passing fancy. Toll free service for personal use is here to stay.

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